To get along with somebody
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to get along, on (with someone): to have a smooth relationship (with someone); to relate (to someone)
At first, Polly and Luna didn't get along very well, but now they are great friends.
This is an irregular verb:
I get along, on / I got along / I have gotten or got along
- "Listen, I'm actually not getting along with my friend so I'll be staying in a hotel for the next few days."
- "I know you two get along, so maybe you could find out what's going on, and then report back to me."
- "I'm also very easy to get along with."
- "He's actually from a side of the family I don't get along with."
- "The way he gets on with his staff impresses me incredibly."
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